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#12 206 yods lining the sectors of the 7 enfolded polygons and unshared with the outer Tree of Life symbolize the 206 bones

 

 (34+46+126) yods in 7 enfolded polygons

We saw in Figure 2 that the 120 yods on sides of the seven enfolded polygons making up the inner Tree of Life symbolize the 120 varieties of bones in the human skeleton. It will now be shown how the inner Tree encodes its 206 bones. When their 47 sectors are turned into tetractyses, the seven enfolded polygons have 264 yods. This means that (264–47=217) yods line the 88 sides of the 47 tetractyses (Fig. 23). Some of them are shared with two Paths of the outer, 3-dimensional Tree of Life when it, too, is constructed from tetractyses, because the plane of the polygons passes through the outer Pillars of Mercy and Severity, although not through the Pillar of Equilibrium, which is not even a straight line.

Seven yods on the Pillar of Mercy are yods that lie on these two vertical Paths connecting Chokmah, Chesed & Netzach. Six of them other than the white corner of the triangle are coloured black. The latter is also the centre of the hexagon. Of the 36 corners of the seven enfolded polygons, two are corners shared with the outer Tree of Life, namely, the top and bottom of the hexagon. Hence, 34 white yods are either centres of polygons or corners of polygons unshared with the outer Tree of Life. They symbolize the 34 single bones of the human axial skeleton.

The dodecagon has 23 pairs of red hexagonal yods on the 23 sides of its 12 tetractys sectors that are outside the root edge. They symbolize the 23 pairs of bones in the human axial skeleton.

There are 63 pairs of orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo & violet hexagonal yods on 63 of the 65 sides of the 35 sectors of the first six enfolded polygons, the two other sides being the two vertical sides with black yods on them that are shared with the outer Tree of Life. They symbolize the 63 pairs of bones in the human appendicular skeleton. The Godname ADONAI with number value 65 differentiates the two types of skeletons.

There remain the six black yods shared with the two Paths comprising the Pillar of Mercy and the five black centres of polygons that are not also corners of polygons. As a check: 34 + 23×2 + 63×2 + 6 + 5 = 217, which is the number of yods lining the 88 sides of the 47 tetractyses (see above). Notice that that 88 is the 87th integer after 1, showing how the number value 87 of Levanah, the Mundane Chakra of Yesod, determines the geometrical foundation of the human skeleton.

We conclude that 206 yods lining the sides of tetractyses are unshared with the outer Tree of Life and surround the centres of polygons unless they are corners as well as centres. They shape the 47 sectors of the seven enfolded polygons, so it is fitting that they symbolize the 206 bones of the human skeleton, which partly determine the shape of the human body. Single bones are symbolized by corners of polygons and pairs of bones are represented by pairs of hexagonal yods on each side of a tetractys (the 23 pairs in the dodecagon denote the 23 pairs of bones in the axial skeleton and the 63 unshared pairs in the first six polygons denote the 63 oairs of bones in the appendicular skeleton). The human skeleton conforms to the divine design of sacred geometry because the human genus is "made in the image of God." Such detailed correlation cannot, plausibly, be attributed to coincidence. Even cherry-picking of the 206 yods would not generate by chance these various subsets of yods symbolizing in correct numbers the bones in the two skeletons. 

 Figure 23. Encoding of the human skeleton in the inner Tree of Life.

 

 

 
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